Hulk Hogan Files Another Lawsuit Related to Leaked 2007 Sex Tape
Hulk Hogan’s long battle against Gawker came to an end back in 2016, and Hogan emerged victorious, effectively shutting down the website after it published clips of a leaked homemade sex tape featuring the WWE Hall of Famer.
According to ABC Action News, the ‘Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Scandal,’ has been revived as Hogan has filed another lawsuit against a Bay area radio personality.
This time around, Hogan, real name Terry Bollea, is suing Mike Calta, morning host on 1025 The Bone, Calta’s former co-worker Matt ‘Spice Boy’ Loyd and the owner of ‘The Bone,’ Cox Radio.
The report adds Hogan alleges Calta and Loyd were involved in ‘stealing, disseminating, using and exploiting illegally-recorded video’, which in this case refers to the now-infamous 2007 sex tape featuring Hogan having sex with Heather Clem, the ex-wife of Bubba the Love Sponge.
The defendants asked the judge to dismiss the case, but last week their motion was denied, and the lawsuit will move forward.
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